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What is Acquisition

1) This means to acquire. Usually refers to the takeover of a company.

2) Tax Definition:-

Receipt, by a person registered or liable to be registered for VAT, of goods that have been supplied by a registered person in another European Union (EU) Member State and removed from there to the UK.

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